Energy & Climate Change

Although the food and beverage industry help increases the reach of food and beverage at a wide rate. At the same time, it also increases the impact on climate change problems. Which is a situation that is a major global problem.

HaadThip as a manufacturer and distributor of beverage products have given importance and are well aware of the impact of our operations on the community and the environment. Therefore, we are determined to reduce the impact from our continuous business growth. With a policy to control and reduce energy consumption and the releasing of greenhouse gas emissions to meet international standards. Which has been monitor continuously from 2013 until the present to be part in driving Thailand to achieve its goal of global cooperation in addressing climate change.

Environmental policy
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Energy Conservation Policy
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Total GHG Emission (tCO2e)

remark:
- The 2021 target emission reduction target is in comparison to the based year 2019

We at Haadthip have developed a strategy for reducing the impact of climate change by managing greenhouse gas emissions. Every year, greenhouse gas emissions are assessed to determine factors that can be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Company and The Coca-Cola Company affiliated companies are currently working toward a common goal of reducing both direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25% by 2030, based on 2015 and at least 2.5% per unit of production by 2021 based on 2019.

solar panels installed

Generated over

kW per year

kgCO2e

As part of the joint efforts to tackle global warming and promote the use of clean energy for better environmental impact. HaadThip has initialed a solar power generation project. By installing solar panels on the roof of the factory at Poonpin Plant, Surat Thani province, with a total of 1,880 solar panels on an area of 3,760 square meters allow us to generate a total of 732,778 kW per year of electricity and help to reduce greenhouse gas released by the Company by 426,560 kg of carbon dioxide emission.

Proportion of water reuse
in production process
2018

%

2019

%

2020

%

Water Management

Our operations heavily rely on water resources as a raw material. If water resource management is ineffective, it will have an impact on business operations as well as the community's water supply.

Haadthip understands the significance of this issue. As a result, a policy has been established to manage and control the use of water for business purposes. To be able to manage water effectively, assess the risks of water sources for both factories and commit to increasing the proportion of water use in the production process. and for future sustainable production, as well as reducing the community's water source's impact.

Total water withdrawal (Cubic Meters)
Total treated Wastewater (Cubic Meters)

Waste Management

Our operations heavily rely on water resources as a raw material. If water resource management is ineffective, it will have an impact on business operations as well as the community's water supply. Haadthip understands the significance of this issue.

As a result, a policy has been established to manage and control the use of water for business purposes. To be able to manage water effectively, assess the risks of water sources for both factories and commit to increasing the proportion of water use in the production process. and for future sustainable production, as well as reducing the community's water source's impact.

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General
waste

% of general waste generated reduce from 2019

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Recycle
waste

Recycled waste increase by % from 2019

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Hazardous
waste

The Waste Separation Process

The company has set goals to reduce the amount of industrial waste. Through the waste separation process to promoting waste recycling practice while can also minimize the volume of landfill waste generated.

PET Collection Project

Under The Coca-Cola Company's World Without Waste vision of creating a world where our packaging does not end up as waste, HaadThip Public Company (Limited) has collaborated with Indorama Polyester Industries PCL, Zing Whor Thai Co., LTD and Jiu Long Thai Co., Ltd., the leaders in plastic and recycling industries in piloting an Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) project in Thailand. Through this partnership, we provided support to help participating recyclers collect more bottles for proper recycling in 2020. As a result, approximately 14,000 tons of post-consumer PET bottles were collected, leading to a reduction of up to 32,000 tons of CO2 emission equivalence.